Life is short. I’d like to help you make your dreams come true. You were meant to shine.
Maybe that sounds incredibly corny (I’m looking for corny in my life), but I really don’t think it’s as hard as you might think. Yes, it’ll take some work. Yes, the odds are probably stacked against you. BUT. You’ve got an advocate. I’m here, rooting for you, passionately believing in you and your dreams.
Use my ridiculous optimism. Together, we’ll take over the world. And the save the crap out of it.
I’ve whittled what I do down to three:
sha·lom: /SHäˈlōm/ “[Shalom is] the webbing together of God, humans, and all creation in justice, fulfillment, and delight…. We call it peace, but it means far more than mere peace of mind or cease-fire among enemies. In the Bible shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delight.” (pp. 33-34 of Kingdom Calling by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. For more definitions, check this out.)
fem·i·nism: /ˈfeməˌnizəm/The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. (Merriam-Webster. Yep, that’s fricken it.)
in·no·va·tion /ˌinəˈvāSHən/The action or process of innovating. A new method, idea, product, etc. (Merriam-Webster doesn’t quite articulate what I’m trying to do here. My favorite synonyms: deviation and shift.)
Why these three?
Well, when you combine shalom + feminism, you innovate. We are, as Tara Mohr brilliantly wrote, on the Transition Team. Secondly, innovation is a business term (I’m not a businesswoman, I’m a business, woman). I have long known that I am in the business of shalom. In the business of making the world a better place. I can help you step into what that means in your life. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a writer, a highly sensitive person, a mom, or all of the above.
Let’s do this. You’ve got this. And I’ve got your back.